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Between the Nats game, the Jewish holiday and the usual Friday-afternoon jam, be ready for delays on the roads -- and on Metro too.
Local motorists spend 24 percent more time driving during peak hours.
With motorists leaving town for Memorial Day, regular commutes could be a lot trickier this weekend.
Choose to leave during off hours and off days, and have other routes in mind to make your trip faster. We've got some suggestions.
The commute on Halloween traditionally starts earlier in the day as parents time-shift and head home to get their children ready to trick-or-treat.
Shorter days and longer commutes are ahead.
When the time change meets Election Day, the evening commute can become more complicated.
If the region has outgrown its roads, and there really is no room for expansion -- as Virginia Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton says, then what's the solution?
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